Trump lashes out over taking in migrants from 'sh**hole' countries

Evarado Alatorre
Enero 14, 2018

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Congress must separate "the conversation about DACA" from the "larger issues" about US immigration policy, because allowing the program to expire will lead "to a humanitarian crisis", especially in Los Angeles, said Archbishop Jose H. Gomez.

The group used the "bird-dog" approach-waiting for Congress members to come out of voting.

"Hopefully they'll contribute their ideas to the solution but. six people can't agree to something that will bind Congress and the House", Cornyn said. But the White House and several GOP lawmakers said they'd not accepted the proposal, plunging the issue back into uncertainty just eight days before a deadline that threatens a government shutdown. He was never able to get DACA because of a technicality.

U.S. Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Roanoke County, introduced a bill to Congress Wednesday that could open the door for so-called dreamers to apply for visas and includes increased spending for border security. Lucero says he was but lacked the documentation to prove it.

The nation's immigration system "has been broken for too long and there is too much that is wrong", he added, saying that "a serious debate about border security" is also important.

"For years, these young people have been living in and enriching the United States in many ways", Bishop Vasquez said in his statement.

The California lawmakers says there's "plenty of other bipartisan activity going on that gives me hope that we're pretty close" to agreement on the young immigrants and other immigration policy.

Trump prepared to ring in the new year with an ultimatum. "We must protect our Country at all cost!". If he wants it so badly, let him pay for it himself; the majority of taxpayers don't want it. The billion-dollar plan would construct and replace barriers along 700 miles of border, which would cover just under half of the 2,000-mile U.S. -Mexico border.

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Trump had seemed amenable to a deal earlier in the day during phone calls, aides said, but shifted his position in the meeting and did not seem interested.

"UC Plaintiffs allege they have invested considerable resources in recruiting students and staff who are DACA recipients", the order reads. "We are now working to build support for that deal in Congress", wrote Durbin, Graham, Republicans Jeff Flake and Cory Gardner and Democrats Michael Bennet and Bob Menendez. Only prior DACA recipients can apply to have their benefits reinstated, Alsup's decision stated.

"But you are not that far away from comprehensive immigration reform". He's also been skeptical about a wall covering the length of the border.

Trump is expected to visit San Diego Jan. 30 to visit the wall prototypes constructed in 2017. "We need to let the process flow".

"Not knowing what's going to happen in your future is something that causes a lot of anxiety, a lot of fear, a lot of stress", said Maria Leon. "We've got to have DACA and some sensible border security".

A border security provision is likely to include more money for a mix of additional physical barriers and technology along the United States border with Mexico but probably not a border wall on the scale that Trump campaigned on in 2016.

The plan also included a path to citizenship for eligible Dreamers, and it would have extend the Temporary Protected Status, enacted in 2001, for 200,000 Salvadorans.

The president was referring to African countries and Haiti, both newspapers said, with the Post including El Salvador on its list. Instead, he said, the USA should allow more immigrants from countries like Norway. That second bill would likely face long odds for passage, considering long-running disagreements over issues like how to handle all 11 million immigrants illegally in the U.S.

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